As part of the winning campaign for equal suffrage in Washington state, a suffragist climbed Mt Rainier with a “Votes for Women” banner, wearing these.
I’m looking forward to presenting my work on rhetoric, the law and social change at the 2010 Pacific Northwest History Conference tomorrow. Here’s a synopsis of the project I’ll discuss: Women counted a stunning legal defeat among their early experiences as advocates for equal suffrage in the Pacific Northwest. Although Washington women achieved suffrage in [...]
Lehrer in Response to Gladwell: “The Revolution certainly won’t be televised. But it just might be helped along by Twitter.”
A new digital exhibit by University of Washington Libraries
On Equality Day, the New York Times examines parallels between the woman suffrage movement and current citizenship debates.